BIRMINGHAM, England - Olympic champion Lin Dan repeated his Beijing victory over world number one Lee Chong Wei when he won back the men's singles title at the All-England Open here on Sunday. The Chinese star beat the ambitious, hard-working Malaysian 21-19, 21-12, after beginning rather patchily, then grabbing his first important chance, and accelerating impressively towards the end. "I don't feel the pressure because I have already played and won the most important title," Lin had said before the final - referring to the 2008 Games - and so, eventually, it proved. However, for a while in the first game at Britain's national indoor arena Lin faltered unexpectedly. From leads of 8-2, 10-6, and 16-12 he began to make errors, not all of them forced, allowing Lee to nudge his way up to 19-17.